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Year 7 Cultural Identity. Sharing Our Stories. Today I will be discussing. Greek Culture. German Culture. Social customs, hospitality, entertainment Food and drink Language, music, dance, songs, poems, stories Cultural celebrations. Social customs, hospitality, entertainment

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year 7 cultural identity

Year 7 Cultural Identity

Sharing Our Stories

today i will be discussing
Today I will be discussing

Greek Culture

German Culture

Social customs, hospitality, entertainment

Food and drink

Language, music, dance, songs, poems, stories

Cultural celebrations

  • Social customs, hospitality, entertainment
  • Food and drink
  • Language, music, dance, songs, poems, stories
  • Cultural celebrations
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Breakfasts in Greece include bread with butter, honey or marmalade with coffee or milk. Breakfast cereals are also eaten. Various kinds of savoury pastry (Tyropita, spanakopita, and bougatsa) are eaten for breakfast in some areas of Northern Greece, usually with Greek coffee or Frappé coffee. Traditional Greek breakfast consists of hot milk, fresh bread, butter and honey, or yoghurt. Sometimes Greek people eat omelette with roast potatoes.

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Food and drink: German people like a variety of bread, cheese and cold meats for breakfast.

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Greek people enjoy fresh salads with lunch and dinner. This salad consists of tomatoes, onion, cucumbers, and feta cheese which is made from goat’s or sheep’s milk.

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This German vegetable dish is called Rogenkraut. It consists of vegetables, grains and tomatoes. It is topped with melted cheese.

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Labor day and the Feast of the Flowers. Families leave the towns and cities to go into the country for picnics and the sky is filled with kites.

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Oktoberfestis a 16-day festival held annually in Bavaria, Germany, running from late September to the first weekend in October. It is one of the most famous events in Germany and is the world\'s largest fair, with more than 5 million people attending every year. It has a family-friendly atmosphere, great activities and entertainment, and excellent range of traditional German food and drinks.

german words we use every day
German words we use every day
  • Dachshund
  • Glitz
  • Hamburger
  • Hamster
  • Kindergarten
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Kindergarten: a children’s garden

(a place where they go to enjoy learning)

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